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Security Applications and Wireless M2M – 7th Edition

  • ID: 3618250
  • February 2016
  • Region: Global, Europe, North America
  • 193 pages
  • Berg Insight AB
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The Installed Base of Monitored Alarm Systems in Europe and North America Reached 39 Million at the End of 2015

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What are the key applications for wireless M2M communication in the security industry? Cellular connectivity is rapidly becoming a standard feature in security alarm systems for the consumer market. Vehicle tracking and recovery systems combining wireless M2M communication and satellite positioning are increasingly often specified by motor insurance companies. Learn about the business opportunities associated with wireless M2M solutions for the security industry in the seventh edition of this 190 page report now covering both Europe and North America.

Security Applications and Wireless M2M is the seventh consecutive report analysing the latest developments among the key applications for wireless M2M communication in the European and North American security industry.

This strategic research report provides you with 190 pages of unique business intelligence including 5-year industry forecasts and expert commentary on which to base your business decisions.

Highlights from this report:
- Insights from numerous executive interviews with market leading companies.
- New data on alarm systems and monitored assets by country and segment.
- Comprehensive overview READ MORE >

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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • AddSecure
  • DigiCore
  • ID Systems
  • Monitronics
  • Protection1
  • Teletrac Navman
  • MORE

List of Figures

Executive summary

1  Overview of the security industry
1.1  Market overview
1.1.1  Security services
1.1.2  Security systems
1.1.3  Small alarm systems
1.1.4  Cash handling
1.2  Key industry players
1.2.1  G4S
1.2.2  Securitas
1.2.3  Tyco
1.2.4  Prosegur
1.2.5  Brink’s
1.2.6  ADT
1.2.7  United Technologies Corporation
1.2.8  Stanley Black & Decker
1.2.9  AlliedBarton Security Services
1.2.10  Loomis
1.2.11  GardaWorld Security
1.2.12  Verisure

2  Small business and home alarm systems
2.1  Alarm systems and smart homes
2.1.1  Small alarm system technology overview
2.1.2  European standards for intruder alarm systems
2.1.3  Secure alarm communication services
2.1.4  Alarm system value chain
2.1 Smart homes and home automation systems
2.2  Market value and alarm system penetration
2.2.1  The European market
2.2.2  The North American market
2.3  Company profiles
2.3.1  ADT
2.3.2  AddSecure
2.3.3  Alarm.com
2.3.4  AT&T
2.3.5  BT Redcare
2.3.6  CSL DualCom
2.3.7  EPS
2.3.8  G4S
2.3.9  Monitronics
2.3.10  Numerex (Uplink)
2.3.11  Prosegur
2.3.12  Protection1
2.3.13  Sector Alarm
2.3.14  Securitas
2.3.15  Stanley Security Solutions
2.3.16  Telular (Telguard)
2.3.17  Tyco
2.3.18  UTC Climate, Controls & Security
2.3.19  Verisure
2.3.20  Vivint

3  Commercial vehicle and asset tracking
3.1  The European and North American commercial vehicle markets
3.2  Fleet management solutions
3.2.1  Vehicle management
3.2.2  Security tracking
3.2.3  Driver management
3.2.4  Transport management
3.2.5  Mobile workforce management and lone worker security
3.3  Trailer and cargo container tracking
3.3.1  Intermodal shipping containers
3.3.2  Trailers, semi-trailers and swap bodies
3.3.3  Overview of transportation industry actors
3.3.4  Container and trailer tracking solutions
3.3.5  Business models
3.3.6  Trailer and cargo container tracking solution providers
3.4  Key fleet management and asset tracking providers
3.4.1  Teletrac Navman
3.4.2  DigiCore
3.4.3  Fleetmatics
3.4.4  FreightWatch International
3.4.5  ID Systems
3.4.6  Idem Telematics
3.4.7  Locus Traxx Worldwide
3.4.8  Masternaut
3.4.9  Microlise
3.4.10  Novacom Europe
3.4.11  Omnitracs
3.4.12  Orbcomm
3.4.13  Savi Technology
3.4.14  SkyBitz
3.4.15  Telogis
3.4.16  TomTom
3.4.17  Trimble

4  Car and consumer asset tracking
4.1  The European and North American passenger car markets
4.2  Passenger car telematics
4.2.1  eCall and roadside assistance
4.2.2  Stolen vehicle tracking
4.2.3  Motor insurance telematics
4.3 Insurance industry standards for vehicle tracking
4.3.1  Belgium
4.3.2  The Netherlands
4.3.3  Norway
4.3.4  United Kingdom
4.4  Aftermarket vehicle tracking solutions
4.4.1  Octo Telematics: European leader in motor insurance telematics
4.4.2  Vodafone Automotive: Pan-European SVR provider
4.4.3  LoJack distributors in Europe: TRACKER, Traqueur and Detector
4.4.4  Viasat: Offers SVR through its own Security Operations Centres
4.4.5  LoJack: Leading vehicle recovery provider in the US
4.4.6  Guidepoint Systems: Branded and OEM cellular/GPS SVT systems
4.4.7  Spireon: Leading vendor of tracking systems for vehicle financing
4.5  OEM car telematics services
4.5.1  Car OEM telematics services in North America
4.5.2  Car OEM telematics services in Europe
4.5.3  BMW ConnectedDrive
4.5.4  Fiat Chrysler Automobiles UConnect
4.5.5  GM OnStar
4.5.6  Mercedes-Benz Mbrace and Connect Me
4.5.7  PSA Peugeot Citroën SOS & Assistance
4.5.8  Volvo On Call
4.6  Motorcycles and mopeds in Europe and North America
4.6.1  Motorcycle theft in Europe and North America
4.6.2  Motorcycle tracking solutions
4.7  The leisure vehicle and boat markets
4.7.1  Overview of the caravan and motor caravan markets
4.7.2  Overview of the European and North American leisure boat markets
4.7.3  Leisure vehicle and boat theft in Europe and North America
4.7.4  Tracking solutions for leisure vehicles and boats

5  Market forecasts and trends
5.1  Market trends and drivers
5.1.1  Alarm services have become a core feature in home automation systems .....
5.1.2  The fleet management industry shows healthy growth in both regions
5.1.3  Rapid progress in the asset tracking and cargo container tracking segment
5.1.4  Telematics is becoming a standard feature on most new passenger cars
5.1.5  Lack of awareness and cost remain barriers for consumer asset tracking
5.2  Europe
5.2.1  Alarm systems
5.2.2  Fleet management and commercial vehicle & asset tracking
5.2.3  Car telematics and SVT
5.2.4  Consumer asset tracking applications
5.3  North America
5.3.1  Alarm systems
5.3.2  Fleet management and commercial vehicle & asset tracking
5.3.3  Car telematics and SVT
5.3.4  Consumer asset tracking applications

Glossary

Index

List of Figures
Figure 1.1: Security market value (World 2013–2015)
Figure 1.2: Market value by segment (EU28+2 and North America 2015)
Figure 1.3: Market value by country (EU28+2 and North America 2015)
Figure 1.4: Leading security industry players by segment (EU and North America 2015)
Figure 1.5: Leading integrated security groups by revenues (2014)
Figure 2.1: Alarm system brands, by manufacturer (2015)
Figure 2.2: Small alarm system components
Figure 2.3: EN 50131 grading system
Figure 2.4: EN 50131 ATS rating criteria
Figure 2.5: EN 50131 grading system criteria
Figure 2.6: Small alarm system service ecosystem
Figure 2.7: Alarm receiving centres by country (EU27+2 2008 and 2011)
Figure 2.8: Penetration of whole-home automation systems (EU28+2 and NA 2014)
Figure 2.9: Top whole-home system vendors (EU28+2 2014)
Figure 2.10: Top whole-home system vendors (NA 2014)
Figure 2.11: Small alarm system revenues (EU28+2 2015)
Figure 2.12: Monitored small alarm systems by country (EU28+2 2015)
Figure 2.13: GDP per capita and total alarm system penetration (Europe 2015)
Figure 2.14: Homeownership and residential alarm system penetration (Europe 2015)
Figure 2.15: Households, dwelling types and homeownership by country (EU28+2 2014)
Figure 2.16: Existing homes and housing starts (EU28+2 2011–2014)
Figure 2.17: Monitored small alarm systems by segment (North America 2015)
Figure 2.18: Small alarm systems revenues (North America 2015)
Figure 2.19: Existing homes and housing starts (North America 2011–2014)
Figure 2.20: Top 20 monitored alarm providers (EU28+2 and North America 2015)
Figure 3.1: Commercial vehicle registration data (EU23+2 2014)
Figure 3.2: Registrations of GVW 3–8 vehicles (US 2014)
Figure 3.3: Registrations of GVW 3–8 vehicles (Canada 2014)
Figure 3.4: Fleet management infrastructure overview
Figure 3.5: The transport chain
Figure 3.6: Examples of container tracking device form factors
Figure 3.7: Trailer and cargo container tracking providers (EU28+2 and NA 2015)
Figure 3.8: Top-25 fleet management providers, by installed base (EU27+2 Q4-2014)
Figure 3.9: Top-15 fleet management providers, by installed base (Americas Q4-2014)
Figure 3.10: Major cargo loading unit tracking vendors (Q2-2015)
Figure 4.1: Passenger car registration data (EU28+2 2015)
Figure 4.2: Passenger car manufacturer market shares (EU28+2 2015)
Figure 4.3: Passenger car registration data (North America 2015)
Figure 4.4: Passenger car manufacturer market shares (North America 2015)
Figure 4.5: eCall application lifecycle
Figure 4.6: SVT application lifecycle
Figure 4.7: Motor insurance telematics application lifecycle
Figure 4.8: Top five aftermarket vehicle tracking solution vendors (Europe 2015)
Figure 4.9: Connected car services by car brand (Europe September 2015)
Figure 4.10: Connected car services by car brand (North America September 2015)
Figure 4.11: Telematics subscribers by carmaker (World 2013–2014)
Figure 4.12: Moped and motorcycle market data (EU28+2 2014)
Figure 4.13: Moped and motorcycle market data (North America 2013–2014)
Figure 4.14: Motorcycle tracking pricing examples (Europe and North America 2015)
Figure 4.15: Motor caravan and touring caravan registration data (EU28+2 2014)
Figure 4.16: Leisure boat market data (EU28+2 and North America 2013)
Figure 4.17: Leisure vehicle and boat tracking pricing examples (Europe 2015)
Figure 5.1: SIMs used for security M2M applications by segment (EU+NA 2014–2020)
Figure 5.2: Alarm system shipments and cellular penetration (EU28+2 2014–2020)
Figure 5.3: Fleet management shipments and penetration rate (EU28+2 2014–2020)
Figure 5.4: Car telematics shipments and SVT subscribers (EU28+2 2014–2020)
Figure 5.5: Asset tracking for consumer applications (EU28+2 2014–2020)
Figure 5.6: Alarm system shipments and cellular penetration (North America 2014–2020)
Figure 5.7: Fleet management shipments (North America 2014–2020)
Figure 5.8: Car telematics shipments and SVT subscribers (North America 2014–2020)
Figure 5.9: Asset tracking for consumer applications (North America 2014–2020)
 

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FEATURED COMPANIES

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  • DigiCore
  • ID Systems
  • Monitronics
  • Protection1
  • Teletrac Navman
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According to a new research report by Berg Insight, the number of monitored alarm systems in Europe is forecasted to grow from 8.4 million in 2015 at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 4.0 percent to reach 10.6 million in 2020. In North America, the number of monitored alarm systems is forecasted to grow at a CAGR of 3.0 percent from 31.0 million at the end of 2015 to 36.0 million at the end of 2020.

Small alarm systems for businesses and private homes can be divided into two main categories – local alarms and monitored alarms. The simplest type of local alarm only reacts to activation by ringing bells to alert the surroundings and scare off intruders. A more advanced type of local alarm is a self-monitoring alarm. Upon activation, this type of alarm informs the owner of the premises by sending a text message or push notification. Monitored alarms are connected to an Alarm Receiving Centre (ARC) that can respond to an activated alarm by contacting the police or dispatching a security patrol.

There is still a significant growth potential for monitored small alarm systems, especially in Europe where the total penetration reached only 3.5 percent of all businesses and households at the end of 2015. “The penetration of monitored alarm systems in North America is much higher than in Europe and the corresponding figure was in this region 21.0 percent at the end of 2015”, says André Malm, Senior Analyst at Berg Insight.

Important drivers for increasing adoption of monitored alarm systems in the residential segment include economic development, the level of homeownership, as well as new home construction activity. However, the arguably most important factor for market growth is active marketing and sales led by specialist alarm service companies and new market entrants from the home automation industry.

“Alarm systems are becoming more valuable for customers as the scope of offerings are being expanded to include detection of fire, carbon monoxide and water leaks, as well as home automation features such as lighting and thermostat control”, continues Mr Malm. “While home automation features are likely to bring additional value for customers and thus reduce churn rates, the willingness to pay additional monthly fees for these features among a broader customer base is yet uncertain”, concluded Mr Malm.

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- ADT
- AT&T
- AddSecure
- Alarm.com
- AlliedBarton Security Services
- BMW ConnectedDrive
- BT Redcare
- Brink’s
- CSL DualCom
- DigiCore
- EPS
- Fiat Chrysler
- Fleetmatics
- FreightWatch International
- G4S
- GM OnStar
- GardaWorld Security
- Guidepoint Systems
- ID Systems
- Idem Telematics
- LoJack distributors
- Locus Traxx Worldwide
- Loomis
- Masternaut
- Mercedes-Benz
- Microlise
- Monitronics
- Novacom Europe
- Numerex (Uplink)
- Octo Telematics
- Omnitracs
- Orbcomm
- PSA Peugeot Citroën
- Prosegur
- Prosegur
- Protection1
- Savi Technology
- Sector Alarm
- Securitas
- SkyBitz
- Spireon
- Stanley Black & Decker
- Stanley Security Solutions
- Teletrac Navman
- Telogis
- Telular (Telguard)
- TomTom
- Trimble
- Tyco
- UTC Climate, Controls & Security
- United Technologies Corporation
- Verisure
- Viasat
- Vivint
- Vodafone Automotive
- Volvo

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